Re: Point Beach gets an EZM kit.
Yesterday I wet sanded the mount plate nice and smooth.
I Bought another can of paint from a different auto parts store.
It had the exact same problem.......
Not a good fine spray but rather a random splatter in the general direction that you want it to go. I gave up....
At least it was a finer splatter on the mount plate rather than big globs like the first can.
It is white and has a sandy looking texture to it.
After the 7 days recommended cure time I will mount the mount onto the frame.
On a better note I got the rear sprocket back from the machinist. It fits the Staton left side freewheel absolutely perfectly. Now to weld up a few of the original 9 holes in the sprocket and drill it for the 5 hole freewheel.
"It's a chinagirl. It's a sometimes fun little engine that often will break your heart. It's disposable.
Does not come with a fortune cookie."